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Adair Co. Fiscal Court 14 Feb 2017 - Officials eschew CPI raises

Officers could have requested Court to Consider the raises, but none did.
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By Ed Waggener

Three items below. included in the agenda received at CM may have led some who read it to believe the some county officers would be asking for raises:

- O.) County Attorney Raise (CPI)
- P.) Magistrates Raises (CPI)
- Q.) Coroner Raise (CPI)
However, such was not the case. When Presiding officer Billy Dean Coffey read the items at the 14 Feb 2017, session, there was no action and the matters all died.

Turns out, none of the officials requested the raises. The Agenda items were included after the Department of Local Government had notified CJE's Office of opportunity for County Attorney, Magistrates, and Coroners to request Consumer Price Index adjustments in compensation and outlined maximum amounts which could be granted.

This story was posted on 2017-02-15 08:46:04
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